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Photograph was edited for publication purposes John H. Francis Polytechnic High School opened in 1905, a satellite of Los Angeles High School. It is the second oldest high school in the city. Originally located in Downtown Los Angeles, in February 1957 Polytechnic moved to its present site at 12430 Roscoe Boulevard, in Sun Valley. Former Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley was an alumnus. Photograph caption dated March 25, 1960 reads "Three of Polytechnic High's seven gold medal winners in recent National Forensic league semi-annual Spring Open Tournament pose with two sweepstakes trophies won by school teams. From left, are Robert Loveless, Steve Mann and Ellen Pfund."
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